For the love of Ag. Here's a couple good news stories for you here this week. First, several Billings area students were recently recognized with some good-sized scholarships, thanks to their love for Montana's number one industry- agriculture. Second, National Beef Month is right around t…
My lower back hurts just thinking about standing in line for three hours. Come to think of it, my knees hurt too. And yet, the Montana Democrat Party is filing a lawsuit to keep the mess known as same day registration in place.
The price of lumber nosedived across the country once the pandemic officially kicked off. As Fox Business reports, lumber prices hit a low back in April of 2020, but have now rebounded by 395%. Montana actually did better than expected in 2020. Here's the numbers.
For the first time ever, the Dawson Community College Buccaneers in Glendive, Montana are headed to the national tournament. We spoke with Athletic Director and men's basketball Coach Joe Peterson just before practice Monday morning from Kansas.
The scandal involving the Montana Supreme Court is now getting national attention. This, as a new website called "Clean Up the Court" is launched to highlight the recently brought to light documents and emails that the court attempted to suppress.
In his first post-quarantine interview after heading back into the Governor's office, Governor Greg Gianforte (R-MT) fielded questions on a host of topics- covering everything from his recent ban on COVID-19 vaccine passports, to illegal immigration, property taxes, and gun rights.
We talked about two big issues in the news, his effort to block COVID-19 "vaccine passports" at the federal level, and his first-hand look at the security and economic challenges on our Northern border.
In just the last 6 months alone, 3,100 people have moved into Lake County. Commissioner Barron says that amounts to a 10% increase in population in 6 months for Lake County alone. Plus, what about the rumors of an amusement park on Flathead Lake?
Bottom line up front: If you're in the Billings area, and you have something you want to talk about, and if you want to join us on the radio- come on down THIS FRIDAY to J & L Industries on the Billings West End.
We certainly hear a little too much about Governor Andrew Cuomo in the news in this day and age. But back in the 80's- the New York Governor you heard a lot about was Mario Cuomo. Billings businesswoman Karen Fagg shares a great story about a meeting involving the late Montana Gov. Stan Stephen…
Usually it's the dads with the guns before prom night, but this is Montana- the ladies have it covered. These young ladies are all sophomores at Broadview High School. They play several sports. Oh yeah, and they know how to shoot.
Apparently there's some Montana judges who think they're above the law- especially when it comes to open records, electronic communications on government devices, and accountability before the taxpayers of Montana. It certainly makes you wonder, what else are they hiding?